BOGOTA Verification and authentication platform Incode received $220 million in its latest funding round, the company's chief executive said on Tuesday, turning the company into Mexico's sixth tech unicorn.
BOGOTA Colombian conglomerate Grupo Argos on Monday ruled out participating in a public acquisition offer for food producer Nutresa launched by Grupo Gilinski and said it would list some of its assets on international stock exchanges.
BOGOTA Grupo SURA, Colombia's largest holding company, has received a public acquisition offer for between 25.34% and 31.68% of its circulating shares from financial conglomerate Grupo Gilinski, the financial regulator and stock exchange said late on Tuesday.
BOGOTA The Colombian, Chilean and Peruvian stock exchanges have approved a merger into a regional holding company, they said, creating Latin America's second biggest bourse.
BOGOTA Colombia's inflation in November is forecast to have stepped up a gear compared to the previous month as supply chain issues weigh on local and international prices, an effect forecast to roll into next year, a Reuters' poll revealed on Monday.
BOGOTA Two of the biggest shareholders in Colombia's Nutresa, the country's largest processed food producer, will analyze a public offer to buy a majority stake in the company, they said on Friday.
BOGOTA Delivery mobile application Rappi hopes to get regulatory approval to operate as a digital bank in Colombia in the first quarter of next year, an executive said on Monday.
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BOGOTA, Oct 29 Colombia's central bank board
raised the benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points to 2.5% on
Friday, accelerating rate increases meant to control inflation
well-above the target rate.
BOGOTA, Oct 29 Colombia's central bank board is
set to raise its benchmark interest rate at its meeting on
Friday, but the market - and likely the seven-member board - is
divided over how sharply policymakers will increase borrowing